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INDIANAPOLIS --The speech that Robert Kennedy gave in Indianapolis the night Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated, will be made part of the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress, the Library announced Wednesday. “The National Recording Registry honors...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. --A seat from some kind of vehicle was found at a Lowe's parking lot in Noblesville, but it is what was found on and near it that has police concerned. The Noblesville Police Department says they found a black seat lying in the parking lot with blood on it and...
FRANKLIN, Ind. (WISH) — Students at two elementary schools will have an e-learning day Thursday after recent environmental testing led to a call for more testing, Franklin Community Schools announced Wednesday. Students at Needham and Webb elementaries will have e-learning days...
INDIANAPOLIS — Another business is bringing scooters to the streets of Indy. Spin scooters will join Bird and Lime, the Indianapolis Dept. of Business and Neighborhood Development said Wednesday. Indy's streets and parks have been flooded with scooters since last spring, when...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An officer with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department was injured in a crash involving a semi Thursday morning. According to IMPD, an officer's vehicle was caught under the semi and then the officer's car struck a wall on I-70 EB near Keystone Avenue at...
NEW WHITELAND, Ind. -- A railroad crossing in Johnson County has the community outraged after yet another person, a young college student, was hit and killed driving across the tracks. Neighbors say the railroad crossing at Tracy Road and Emerson Avenue just outside New...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A statewide silver alert has been canceled as Indianapolis Metro Police continue to search for Amiah Robertson, an 8-month-old baby girl who has been missing since Saturday. Police began searching Eagle Creek near Sadie and West McCarty streets around 4:40...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indiana House is pondering how far to go with a rewrite of the state's gambling laws which has pitted Indiana's casinos against each other. Workers at East Chicago's Ameristar Casino donned giant red buttons reading "Save Our Jobs" as they packed the House...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --Congressman Andre Carson (D-Ind.) says the Federal Aviation Administration may be too cozy with the airline industry, and it should be examined if that's the reason the agency approved the Boeing 737 Max 8. Carson, a member of the House Subcommittee on...